Hi, i have a 64 Quad Core machine and plzread

July 10, 2009 at 16:18:42
Specs: Windows XP
Hi, i have a AMD Phenom II X4 64 bits
all my stuff works on windows 7 64 bits but my wireless router is not working. i will try to buy a new 1 that supports vista 64 bits but now im running with XP 32 bits i wanted to know if it will considerably slow my machine

i have 2 G ram DDR2 planning on getting to 4
and im planing to put a PCI-E ATI saphire GDDR5 or somtin in it

will it work well on a 32 bit OS ? or be very slower than normal? Thanks guys and sorry for my english its kinda poor, later

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July 10, 2009 at 16:42:50
The number of bits and the Operating system has no bearing on whether the router works or not. The router communicates with the computer via Ethernet and Ethernet is standard regardles of which Operating system is in use. There is no such thing as a Windows 7 complient router.

If you cannot connect using Windows 7 64 bits you need to be looking elsewhere than the router. That is not where the problem lies. It is most likely to be a driver problem with your Network Interface Card.


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July 10, 2009 at 16:47:21
ist not the router i know !!! its my USB receptor thing that cannot be recognized in a 64 bit interface

and all i wanted to know is will my machine be slower with a 32 bit OS

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July 10, 2009 at 17:27:20
The answer is NO.

How much RAM (memory) do you have installed? That could be affected when using 32 bit OS.

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